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Washington Correspondence of the Mahoning
WASHINGTON, January 26, 1853.
. M. Howard: Von Imve noticed ilio
J'rcilidcm's Message in relation In the A min
imi Shivcn. There in n strong ellirt making
lo tnko tlio money from tlio pockets of the
mooring people ol ilio .Vilion, tit pay thu
owners, or proles.nnl ownets, ol theao lie
groan, some fifty thousand dollurs lor llit'ir
The story will bo rrrnMccipil hy most
readers. The negroes wre impoi IViiim
Africa into dibit in I8I!, in violation of thn
Ppstiinh treaty nt.il Spanish laws. Morrloti
and Riven were ncipininifil with thnt fuel,
and Willi such knowledge nirclirifi t tlio ne
groes, fiful sltipt- them on llm Aminl.nl to
take lhns)i ti Principe nt llm smith end nl' din
lil.and. Alter l-ini; two ilnyn otil (inuilla
ann, tlio negroe rose nml killed llm Captain
ml Mate, nml ordered Mnrrtori nml Riven to
finite tlia ship to Alii. They (iniilly
brought nt Ilio cast end of Long Island.
Claim to ilio negroes were set up nml adju
dicated upon. Tlie Supreme Court decided
the negroes n herfc, mid in niil-t.i.,ro tliut
Moreton nml Rive were pirates.
In 1S4I, llm Committee on foreign nflnirs
reported n bill lo pay '0,(KM from llm Treu
to these Spanish pirates. Tlio hill was ac
companied by nn elaborate report, drawn itp
by tha chairman, Mr. Ingcrsull, of Pemi'ii.
Ilo moved to prim (en thousand copies ol
this report, to I hi distributed mining tlio peo
ple. Mr. Adiinis nml Mr. d'hldings on con
dilution agreed to oppose tlio million, ns it
evidently intended to operate upon llm
public mind. Mr. ti'idding wns to bead oil',
wild Mr. Admits nprccd to Ibllnw Mr. Inpcr
oIL Air. rciMipn-d his lioiir llm iirxl
morning. The discussion hcinp cniilhu il i
the morning liour, Mr. lugrrsnll nbtnini .1 the
floor nnd wm expected to ppcnk upon it llm
next day, lint gnve wny to n niiiiion m tn v the
object mi Ibe Inblc ! mid llm motion' mm
sustained. Thin nil oil' Air. Adams' snorcl..
lint alter ilio close of llm session In; publish
ed the remarks he intended to make.
It wnsthen supposed that iImmkIiivi lioldinp
cheme nould lm pu-n lip. llm tlm kImvc
powrr in liny iult liiif?. In Itfid I lie ciuitu
I'lnccd an iimiimiiImichi upon Ilio rivil nml
liploinnlic bill pivinj; (Iioho Spuniuli pinilm
filly llioiminil dollin. 'J'iiin uini'iulmeiit
cinne to Ilio Mouse. Mr. (JiiblitifH ngnin nn
Miled. Mr. Ailnnti lunl sull'rred llie purnlviic
liork which ho believed iliMpinlilied i.iin
from nny ttloit. lint when thin rpn.'Piion
came tip, his feeling were nrounuil, nml onee
more, liir llie In.nt limn ho ron to mldreffi llie
Uounc upon lliis ipieitiinn. Ili.s voire w.mso
wenk, tlmt nt Ilio commeiieeiimnt nf bin re
nmrkn lm could not be iinili'mliind by ibone
who wens even fillren feet from him. The
petite was one of ureal interest. Member
from u II pait.i of llie bull rtiKhed nenr him,
lo cnteh the Inst words of the "old twin elo
quent," liirn'l nppenn d conrrioui) tlmt Ibis
as the Innt fpeeeb bo would mtike. Tlio
rtporiera uUi h it' their scntn, anil W uhotit
weniouy rushed into the tenia of lueiiibem
in order lo report him. He. (ipoko mime leu
minute. The Ilmido lejecnd t,H umeml
itient. Thi wns Ida Innt of (heir i-luiui iinlil
ibe President put in hit inensngo yerlerdiiy.
1 think it not unlikely it w ill now sticcceil.
A Picture of Slavery.
A fnf itive utovn wna nrnvled in Mmli.-on
roimty, llliiion, n litw ilnya ninee, nml idler n
bariii( of llie rnno belbre the ('oioiiii.Miim
r, it won ordered 1 lint ulio l a given up to lliu
rlsfiunnl. The owner of the wouiiin idler
it to releane nil title to bia property provided
th emu of f K'OO wnn puiil him. Tim
iuou'nl wna noon mined by ilio eili.eua of
Alton and Ilio omiK wommi in now free.
Am Alton i:iper jjivea the lullowinp pnrticu
lara in the cimc :
"Thirteen moiitlin ninee, n yonna mini
arrived nt Alton with thiM wouiiin. lie bnil
run away with her linm Memphio, w here hc
waa owned by bin fnther, n Mr. I.enrh.
home family ilillieulty hud nceureil, nml be
lirouplit her up hnie nud left her, lelliup her
that die wns now free, whieh she in her ini
The pitl lived hero quietly, nml fniiriied
jounp C'havren, three weeks finee. An old
i nbirl wnmnn in thin plnce lind fonueily
lived m Metnpliin, nml in writinp to her
friends there din rnsunlly inquired bow
Amondii enmo by her freudem. I'.very hotly
uppoaed llie pirl wns free. Thin pave in
foriutitinn in Memphis of her wherenlumtH,
to two nepro trndera by the nnnio of MeCnl
Inn), nml they went to her owner, llm I'nllier
of the young mnn who run nuiiy with her,
nd pnreluiwd bin clnini to her lukinpu bill
cif aulo nml nlso pettinp power of nlioiuey,
and nil the requisite, lepnl papers in llm ease.
Tlicy cnino up to our city, nnd, niter n
iew dn)H sliiy, fell upon llie truck of the pit l,
and hrnupht ilio ense beliire llm I.'. S. C'oin
inisMioiier. I'.ver; lliinp wna perleelly plain
the pirl ntlmilled thu main liiels, mid llmio
vim bill oneroursn lo pursue. CiiiiiiiiisMon
er Divis pnvo tlm slave ever to llie owners.
The friends of lliu Chtivrea family, whnnre
ail) rcppecluble, nseertuiued I ho price of the
pirl it wns ft'-iOO and ihey net nboiit ruis
itip it. The fniuily ruined ij'lOO by mor'pn
1114' their rent esinle, nud the icniainiiip HUU
was given by I ho cilizena of Alton, who enmo
nobly fcrward In the work. Tlio ratio was
ti very petnlitir one, nnd excited very deep
feelinp; yet no outbreak or even n dispos
ition to ilo violence was nuinilesteil. Hard
ihouyli it premeil, yet tlm people of Alton
Wt'io Jeteiiiiiueil to nlnue hy llie law."
RoBRirr JIurns, llie Ayehiro poet nml
Jiloiipliinnn, who Hied rit'plecloil nml nn
rieiided, is likely in his ileseeiulaiils lo mill
nlii llm 111 laitiu'riinv il Iti-itiilii ivn m...i
by our Into I jiplisli filen. Major Jbii tis or
Colonel nt present lioldinp n biph station
in India, has his puleut of uohlily liiado mil,
and will shortly ho gazetted as II. nun l.tlis
laud, the nnnio of Ihinis' farm. It in thus
that British peernpe seeks In wipe nut ll
etnin upon their npprccinliuii of genius. A
Moore said of Hlmriilaii, they iietuiit
That biilifT lhallacice his last blanket to-day,
W'hi M al'all ba borne up by princes to-
A rrsiilar diet cures mora tieoide than
, r.varybody must live by his own lulior.
It at btllor to be aloue than iu bad company.
Stanzas on Freedom.
BY JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
Men I tihnno bont it it thnt yo
Come of fit hers brave nnd frcs,
If there brenthn on entlli a slave,
Arc yo truly free and brave
If yo do not fell the chain,
Wicn it works a brother's pain,
Aro yc not hne alnves Indeed
Slave unworthy to bo freed ?
Women I who ono dny hnll benr
Sons to breath New K'iplnnd air,
If yc hear, without a !ltih,
1)( kU to malic tlio roimrd blood ruili
Like red lava through your veins,
tor yeur niitern now In chains
Answer I are yc fit to bo
' Mothers of the bravo nnd free )
Is true freedom but to brcik
Fetters for our own dear snko,
And, with lenthcn hemts forget
That wo owe mnpkind a debt :
No I true freedom in to sharo
All the chain our brothers wear,
And w ith heart and hun j to bo
Lamest to make others free I
They arc slaves who fenr to fpctk
For thcfnlli:. nnd the weak;
They arc slaves w ho uiil notihooio
Hatred, sending and abuse,
lUlbcr than In silence shrink
From the truth they needs must think ;
They are slaves w ho dare not be
In the rirjlil with two or three.
The Sonora Count.
Tlio follow inp piipinnt ski!leh nf Count
Raoiissel-lloiilliiiii nud his adventures in So.
Horn, given in Hieiuilleluii of lliu L'uiuliluti
onncl, is li Din the pen of M. Anieilec Acha. il i
"I titinl lliiotmsel lioiillioii isa youiipmnn
oflieni thirty lao In ihiity-iluee. Ilo he.
lonps lo n pood in: d old liimily in the miiiiIi,
where the i'lovenee pennants nml the Avig
non pollers chi iish tlm n collection ol' lm
lleieuleiin strenpth. On eumiiii of am-, lm
ibnnd himself innsler nf n (brume of lioni
Ibiny to lorty thousand Iranes n yenr, which
ho inn Ihrotiph in royal stylo, pi iueipnl ns
en as uirome. in Allien, wlutlier lm went
partly to ft.' lit nud partly In colonise, be lu-
enmo thu pitest nml liieud of Marshal llu-
penud, with whomhu nnnio throe or four
enmpiiipns with ili.-linclion.
" ben the revolulion ol felnuai v nn ived.
Iio bad somo iden nf enmiuir forward mi a
L'lilulidale liir thu National Assemblv. Ae.
eoii'innied by one of his li ieiitls, he bent up !
ino uuiuini-teunaissut, mixing with t!! '
group, nnd npeiikiup in ,, ths. In com-!
mnn with liianv Souihrm
liieiiliy f speakinp with warmth briiliiincv,
nnd litpidily, and bisspeuehen.iilwiiysexieiri-
;ure, mniiu n great liiipressiun o.i the crow d,
Sometimes in tlm republican public-houses,
which the political habits of llm lion imlii.
ced him to visit, he would enliirce his phil-
i'iu s i.y ii ireuietuious rap on the lublo,
whirh would shiver il lo atoms, or he would .
wicueli out u iniirbh) chimnev.ineeii nitli
bis baud, and llirow it iiihiii llie floor to em 1
shtirl n diftcussioii. These lenls iitiuuiuiitud
thu reputation nf bis clnipencu w ith tho !
peoplo. If ihey esteemed Dtiiioelhent s they i
The Avipnnn porters that terrible race j
never call Inm nnvt looir u ii,i. M u
Comic. M. Ic Comle Shun. For iheui ihuro
wns Hut one count in nil Um country the
Count lie R.'iotisset-JSoiilhiui. just its there
was but one kinp iu Ciiropo in the time of
Louis XIV. The revolution tiillowed its
course, Mid Count du Uaonssi t. it,, nil,,, n
wenl to Caliloriiia. In California it jn only
rich people that make their formers, pretty I
liuicli the sanm us iu Loudon or I'aris. M.
do Kaousset-lliiiilhou soon louiul that out,
but bo was not to be d'ecuurapod by audi n
Ilo had lient his Meps lo Ainerien less (
in senrch of fortune than of nilveiittiren. At
first bo United fidicriiinu nml sportsman, '
sellinp bis lish and pame ) then he started as
ii cattle merchant, nml ibis business led him
lo bunt herds in countries unknown lo the !
oilier inluihitanrs of Calilbrnia. From Cal-1
ho went lo Mexico. j
At the period of bis nrrivnl ihnrp, the
province ol Sonor.i was devastated by the
Alpaca Iiiihans, who eomniilled nil soils of
ileprednlions with impunity. Count do Runus-1
sei-ltoulboii presented himself lo the Mexican '
povertiiuenl, nml ollcred lo deliver Snnora
llm leilskitis with which it was infested,
I he Mexican government was ready lo lall
upon the neck of M. tie Rnoiissct-lioulbon. !
J ii in u I'roncliuian. 1 know tho counirv. '
iimlerslniid war. I will nnswer fur every
said Ibe cotitil. " Good," said tlm
povernmcnt, " we will :dneo nn nrmv of 10.
000 men nt your disposnl." "Thniik you," ,
said M. do Rnousset-Houlhon, ' keep your
ormy ; it would only get in my wny, Live
me moim iiiuskcis, nn,! two iinntlred tliotisuud
Iruncg, nml leiive the rest to me."
He received tho requited mini, returned to
Sonorn, organized a corps ol Frenchman,!
resolute men like himself, and proceeded lo i
hunt down the Indians. The uieiebnnls nf
country, delighted with the successes
obtained by their ilctouder against n set of
rascals who had so loop been master of
their province, sent subsidies lo M. do Rao-
sael-ltoulbon, put themselves miller his pro-
lechon, and assured him that neither he nor
bis troops should ever want lor uuythiug if
be wotild only coutiniio the war. Tlio
count c osed w ith the oiler. Kill llm popu-
lariiy of llie young general, and the success
ol bis little tinny, alarmed the Mexican gov-
criimciil. i m y issued nn order requiring
lo .put tlm country with bis fi-rces. ;
Couiildo Raoiissel-lloidliiiii replied, thnt
llie merchants nml lund-ownora of the conn-
J " pmwHiira g iio.ier nis iiiiiiio-
diato proieclion, he Irlt it due to his honor
not to idniiidoii them, nnd consequently ho
distinctly refused lo obey llie order. Tho
Mexican government then sent a frignle to
oiuiituuu me iiiucipai port ot nonora.
Count do Raousset-IS.iiilhon took Hie liigute. '
The government sent (enorul lilunco, nt
the head nf an nruiy, nguiust the French
couiiiiDtiiled by M. do Riioiissei-Houluon. ;
The count defeated (icnernl Blanco. So
reiuuiii. The next packet will per- I
Imps bring us second editou of the history
of Montezuma. .
The Sonora Count. From the N. Y. Tribune.
The New Empress of the French.
lake M. La feriiere lo his hotel." Theyouup
mini was n little abashed at such n courtesy
from such u lady bill she iu.iistud and they
Mile, do .Munlijo was nlso n prent spnrla
trille. Woman nud very popular, of course, atnoup
the lorredors, 'or bull-lipblers. Hie wns
present nt the hiill-fiphts in Madrid, where
' used In wear llm most mapuiliceiit cos-
"I' Mije i.'c StvUlu, eoniethiiip like
li"l of Mile. Hold in tlm ballet of Hie same
name nl Niblos, but mtirli mure chnr.teteris
ilornw lie. A very hiipx and biph combat the top
"I lite bead, with wreaths ol roses fdlinp
ench side, mixed w ith tho hair; a prolusion
of diamonds, necklaces, bracelets nud linps:
very slunvy nnd liphl waist, cut low in tlm
neck, nud Willi bare anus; a very short skirl,
npeii.id-woiked stoekinps with colored em
Jrimi broidery, nml very small embroidered slip.
'o'. When she appeared in llm circus, she
was saluted by nil the lorredors, nnd ex
" 'bnitgeil wilh them the itmst cordial pree;
I ii'ga. "To the Counless do Teh i, I dedi
thinp," catii my lovo nnd mv prowess!" IheywDtild
exclaim, wullimr kisses toward it,..
" inifiicii scenes. Ihcro wus n cnusiilcrubln
display of Spanish frankness, which would
luv very alioukiii to (he sense of pro.
priety of Ameiican ladies,
Like nil Cist women, our Couniesa found
o matrimonial establishment dillieult to oh
Ilio Once tho coin led the Duke of Osstmii
'I'o richest grandee ol spain, hut he lieelin-'
ed the honor. Disappointed iu Ibis scheme
she received lliouibbessesofa young noble of
Castile, nml was nearly engaged lo inarrv
l''m. ll.it she could not help (lirting nt tm
same lime; and once, when this young man
vvns in her ibawing loom, she wenl so litr in
ber coquetry with another that tho limner
nspirimt liir her hand seized a chair ami
threw it al her bend, saying, with llie most
opprobrious epithets, thai he wool. I not mur
ium ry Iter liir the world. The insult was resent-
h Ibe lust object of her attentions and
Iwo or three duels were tho consequence.
ruitK iu opuiu.
For three or four years past, M'lle de
Moniijo hue been wont to spend the winter
' l'"i". where her conduct has been much
ntore circumspect thnu nt Madrid. Still
i'0 l never gniued n entry Into the aris
things locrutic circles of the Faubourg St. Germain.
but she was compensated for this exclusion
Iijr tha cordiality with wbicb alia wureeeiv.
Sencriln F.ugenin do Tuba, or as she is
more usually know n, M'lle tie Montijo, in the
dutlghler of n linblemiili who belonged to
one of thn most eminent families of the
Spanish niisloeraey, lliat of I'alnliiix, nml
wnn ilistinpnisbcil himself in the i'ivit war
ol' 1 ;".':), ler Il o title of llm Count do Te
lia. Al that lime bo became nequaioieil
Mis.4 Maria Kirkpnlriek, llie dashing and
biuiilsome ibiupliler of n Fii'oteh peutli-uiau,
who hehl the post of Consul of Ilio I'nited
Hlatea nt .Mah pn. A hive nll'air nnd a ro
mantic llianiaLe wns the eonseqiienee,
Tlm new nimbi Ivnpress is Ilio dnuphter of
Ibis Spanish pramleo nud Mai in Kirkpnl
riek, who in null livinp, n widow, nud who
necooipaiiied her (lini(jliter on her pn sent
visit lo I'm is, where dm ban appeared under
llm title of Coonlesn du Telia. Alter Ibe
tnarriapii iu Il'.'.'t, the lb alh of nn elder
brother conferred upon tlm Count, nbmg
w ith a scorn nl other titles, that of Manlijo,
by uhii'li name, since her fust appearand!
in (asbioiiabli! lili'. tlm ilaiiphter bun been
generally iltstilipuished. Sim nlsn inherits
n baudsomu loriune, her iiulepeiitlent in
come beitt) soiiieiliinp like tBt'IU,(l(;() it year.
The liillier died some yi'iiis since, leaviup
two ihiupbteis: Ilio elder now wenrs, by
nianiape, llm ntle of Dutchess of Alviininl
llerwiek, than which the Sjiatiish nobility
Can boast nothing more eh vateil.
I or somo years the younp Countess do
Telia or Montijo, who is now iibinit twenty
live, has enjoyed nl Madrid, the reputation
of nn exeeeiliuly fill woman. Tall, praco
I'ul, of slaliiesipm Hyuimelry of person, w ith
Ihxiii innt ntihiirii or lather red hair, a pain
complexion, which has billet ly stood iu need
of a little iniiije, prent elerlriral eyes of n
blown so deep nml roil innt ns to pass for
black, rather loop and nt istoeralio leatures,
n Inrpo but ex pnsiiely aeiilpiur,;d nose, n
lovely mouth, nud teetli of tl i.linp while
loss, ulio is n type of iidmirnlilu beauty,
which n lanpuiil nud IiIiih nir baldly ilimii'i
isln s. Kuilowed with liucnmmoii' wit mill
spirit, she spr.-iks l'reinii, J'.nplish, faltati
nml (ji't'iiiaii with. as mtirli lliieuey its Span
ish, A pnillcienl in exercises of strMiplli
nud nddress, hu t id-s wilh Ilio b'jld.'.-t, nud
drives lour in IihihI wiili the most skill. ill.
Al .Madrid it was llm habit of our heroine
lo bid lb fiance in public opinion ns llm whim
miphl seize her. She used to nppenr nloim
in pnblii: driving her own catnape. She
had n separate cslablislimeiil in her niolhei's
pnl.ire, iuviiiup nml reeeivinp roinpany
without eoiistiliinp her ntolher, nud olteti re
(ilsittp neeess even lo her relatives. Once
her lumber loreed her door, dcsptlo the re
monstrance of ll.o servant, who protested
thai llm Countess wintted lo he nlnue. To
her prent nninrmcni, dm found that her
dnuphler wns inissinp. J'ur twenty lour
bonis the ymuip holy did not nppenr, nml
wtien slio relttrnril, euollv inloriiied her
nfilieled parent, who had loudly expressed
tears Hint thrro had hecn un elopement,
llit die bad heel) nwaV nn nn errnud !
On anoilier occiision, tno wbiiu bikes her
to pay ii special compliment to lilerLlme, mill
her can iape stops til the door of Sennr l'.s
cosurii, one of the most prominent of livinp
Spanish authors, lm was some yenis since
o Minister ol tlm Crown, '-d'uod inmniup,
my dear sir," washer salutation to llie ns-
loiiished lilltnttuir ; "I have come to Ine.ik-
illi ou in order lo haven talk on liter
nliiro ami oiiutrV." A li.w I ,t..r I V
cosiirn l'iivh n dinner lo n iiinoli. r nl' liiMmrv
men, ft I lists, nml nelors. nl which thn Conn.
less wns present w ithottt her mother or any
"liter lady us ci imrone. She was the lili' of
.i. . . ...
pnrty, makiiip speeches nud pivinp
Musis with the loudest. Atnoup tlm pnesis
was a Ihiitl-riito French ni tor, uiiined Lnli-r
rierc, who had prent success in Madrid.
I In was iViiui llm Theatrn I losloi iqtie iu
raris. flmlouka fancy to him, nml had n
loop ciiuversaliou with him. When the
limn lor leaviup came, "Well," said the
Countess, v e.iiriaL'u is here, noil I will
buly. "Rrnvo, Antnnio ! Ihavo.Jose! Well
fought my boya ;" nud oilier winds of tho
most liberal approbation, wero the answer.
irsuii oi un ineso acts ol (lushing ec-1
ccnlricily, and of nil these scandals, nnd of
others ipt'ne us notorious, was, thnt it would
"live been little less than impossible li.r M'lle '
do Moniijo to marry o gentleman of her owu I
ed at the F.lysee, and by the profound Im
pression sh had made upon its master.
From the first she umpired Louis Napoleon
with nn ardent passion, which justilled her
resolution to become bis wife ami share tho
glories that destiny lind in reserve for him.
Jn accordance with Ibis determination she
steadily rejected other proposals without re
trtird to their magnificence. It was current
ly reported nt Paris n few mouths ngo, that
Iter reply to his protestations nf love had
been: Prince, I inn of too good a family lo
be jonr mistress," and, if llm saying be
not exactly Iruu ill lad, there is no doiiht
Ihnl il is so iu spirit. Lallerly the inten
tions of the lover have increased in ynil,
nml llm position of llm lady in his Court
has been more marked than ever.
She wnn llm heroine iu every festival; du
ring llifl recent excursion of llm Court lo
Coiiipeipne, she stood nl its head nn llm
brijiht, particular star of the imperial ndiii'.
ration i.nd there were not Wanting Iboso
who predicted tier marriagn with Napoleon.
Still llm lover hesitated. lie adored, he
worshipped, yet lm didn't come up to the
uiaik. Hoi the Countess wan mil ilHCour
nged. She is loo skilful an in'tress In bu nt
limit in such an emergency. She aimoiuii'ed
llm nppriinebiuif ib'p'irliii'e of Iters. ''f nud
her mother tbr .Madrid. Tlm result w is tlio
proposal of uirtiri ige, lh'! appointment of
llm thy, I'm nmium'i.uiou to tlm M miners
nml llm world thai tin; Countess was to he
bin wife, mid no doubt ere this Ibe limine of
Mail. id nud llm piuiid d i.ialuer of llm for
mer I . S. Consul nt Mal.i'.M ban beeoinn
I'.ugeiiin, I'uiprcss of lite French. Il is said
thai n gip-y oneii predicted that she would
be elevated lo a throne, a her llm m. inner of
llm laiiinii prediction of im impress In Jose
phine. It remains to bo seen bow far llm In
line will complete tlm parallel between llie
wives of llm two Napoleons.
From the Evening Post.
BY DAVID V. CABLE.
Clear stream, bright stream, fi iwing thro tho
Gay stream, gla l stroam, gliding gently on j
Like a dirk -eyed mniden dancing
O'or tho smiling lawn I
Sjiarklia with a thoueind glances
At thu mild and beaming iky ;
M.ikin,; nil around thee voiiU
Willi liiy nrtlcss melody I
Deep stream, d irk stream, fliwlng through tha
Turo stream, sweet stream, gliding loft snj
I.iko s sleeping infant's bosom
Heaving deep nnd law.
Ulowit.j hero a thousand fliwers
Stoop to kiss thy pluuid brow,
And blti-h to sec themselves rrfl 'ctsd
In tii v liould donths bslois J
Over head the yi.iu'. forest
Shutting nut the boat of day,
Bow ing to thy graceful numbers
With the laughing tjrec.e pUy I
Swift stream, broad stream, Ui wing down the
Gay stream, wild stream, rushin; quickly by ;
Laughing like a restless school boy
Set at liberty I
bounding onward like a courier
With tho foun upon his plank ;
Quickly snatching stolen kisses
Frmn tho lillies on the batik !
Rippling o'er tho shining pebbles
Seo the dimpled streamlet play:
Whirling round in circling eddies,
Then dow n the bill away I
Hobbling, boiling, bounding onward,
Down toward yon distant glade,
S:o tho crny streamlet rushing
Soo yon dark and high cascade I
Now it leaps from rock to rock
With a deep and stunning shock,
While tho deafening echoes mock
Eich other far sway I
Rushing, gushing, hissing, flying,
Liughing. singing, groaning, sighing
Like a wayward infant trying
Soo it dadiing into spray 1
Trickling from a thousand places,
Like n thousand silver laces ;
And gaily running races
Wilh bright and beaming fsees,
Soo tho new-barn streamlets plsy 1
See them once again uniting
With a pure and fervent kiss
I.iko sjrdcut lovers plighting
To each other endless bliss !
Leaping, laughing und embracing,
Aria in arm behold them paoiug
Down towards the distant plain;
Whispering words of love and kindness
In u low and mellow strain 1
Till they lujo awuy in distance
O'er the blontning mea ls
Cleveland in 1837.
We take the following extract from the
first Dielionary of Cleveland ever published.
Il bears date, 1337, ono year utter our organ
ization ns u city. In speaking nf our early
history, &c, the author says, " The nun, her
of inhabitants iu llm city of Cleveland, al
present, exceeds nine thousand, and judging
from lliu rapid iucrenae nf tlmt number, mid
llm llulleriiig prospects of this iiila.nl city, wn
Hliticipale its being doubled iu less than 3yrs"
A slateiient of ihia kind, in a work pub
lishe.l ut thnt early existence of Cleveluud,
possesses much interest, ns it gives an in
sight into the slnte of nll'drs, toil the pros,
ports of lluise who were then residents nf
tho ' inliini city,", but who ure now our "ci
ly fut hers."
Tho prediction thnt its population would
bo "doubled iu less than ibree years," seems
somew hat presumptuous in speaking of a
locution which bad been, some years prior
to lluit time, designated as " the Wood Yard
six miles from Newburpb;" and ia quite an
evidence of the sanguine feelings of tha
writer, at that time in reference to the future
prospect of Cleveland ; and although his
anticipation was hardly realised, yet if ha is
living to-day, be has undoubtedly had the
pleasure of looking upon a city with nearly
three times the population at tha time of
lii record. Tnn Dutk.
Agents for the Bugle.
1-V . , I .
I me lonowinj namou persons aro requesto
andauthoriacd. to act aaagentsfor theDuglt ln
, thoir respective localities.
Chss. Douglass, Derea, Cuyahoga oonnty ,Ohio
ttf ti ... . . . .
in. i ajno, KicIiUcId, Bumn.it oo., Ohio.
Jesse Scott, Summcrton, llclinonl Co. .
Mrs.O. M. Latham, Troy.Oosuga, Co., O.
J. Southern, lSrunswick.
L. S. Spcos, Urangcr.
J. 1J. Lunbert, lluth,
Is.iao U rooks, Lioosvillc,
J. T. Hirst, Morvor,
Finloy Melirew, Gainesville,
Thomas Wooton, Winchester, Indiana.
Il.irriol Pulsipher, llissi Is, Geauga co O.
O. O. lJiow n, Orange, Cuy almgn Co., O.
Rienurd llleuden, Adi niu, Michipm,,
7Vie mite .Vow, l'liclr. Tom't Cabin,
II .itlivl tie limunee, .Virfil A'-ie of .Y.iiurr,
lUigiun of O'toox.', Unui JUccUiltans,
Uarlti'tt LiJuof.yrrlinfoUrtiil Ilnrmumii, toll.
j , II, JH, HnttrVure lUicycluiuila,
And a splendid assortment ol Ism) picsci.ta
I tioii JJ.ioks, and ail endless variety ol Juveniles.
AUo, a larpe flock of Uihlcs, Histoiaul, l'oet
: ieal.Sciciitili ', Misvelluuvous, and School hooks,
i Steel pens, (i ild jiens, Accori'cons, 'loss, Faiiey
Ankles, Wank 11 inks, I'orlloiios, Slsles. nnd a
complete assortment of plain ami fancy ftti.tion
cry. just received and ior sale al J. Ale.Milhui's
! ClIHAP UUOK SlOHIC, Jd .o.s east ol the
! Town Hal where every book in the nu.tkel en
1 btf procured, if ordered, at the lowest prices lor
cuili. In ml lit ton lo tno above rail lie louiul a
nice lot nl Xull and imlow Paper,
hilrnn October IB, a:i.
.V. Si: It Main-St., Out W Went of Salem Book
tljre, Siilcm, Ohio.
Conla, Vests, Pants, Made to order and
Wiuiuiited to Uivo Sutislaetion.
The Taitoiing lUsii.cs in UH it, Urathct
carried nn us herctol'uio.
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I. TRESCOTT & Co.
SALKM. OHIO, Whnlcsalo and Retail Deal
ets in S. hool, Classical and Miscellaneous
Hooks nnd Stationery ; Drugs and Medis
cities j Shoes and Groceries.
March ti, 1832.
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diii All .1lcn.
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8URUEON DENTIST I VJfict er the
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at Ins pi, si. Having spenl svverid months in
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set vn i s.
Saiein, March S, 16H.
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